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Broad Haven

As the name suggests, this village, backed by low hills that are typical of inland Pembrokeshire, runs gently down to a wide, sandy shore. The firm, gentle slope of beach is set between spectacularly folded cliffs and looks out over the great semi-circle of St. Brides Bay. Dramatic sunsets bring many summer days to a breathtaking close as sea and sky are fused into a glory of reds and gold's.

from 'The AA Book of British Villages'

Little Haven

Steep, twisting lanes snake down between high banks to Little Haven, and the cliff top road from neighbouring Broad Haven is particularly dramatic. A short walk leads to a rocky headland with superb views across St. Brides Bay.

from 'The AA Book of British Villages'


* Sailing and Windsurfing in Dale

* The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path

* Folly Farm and Oakwood Theme Park

* Historic St. David's

* Bluestone National Park Resort

* The Ferry to Skomer Island Nature Reserve

* Bosheston Lily Ponds

* Local Arts, Crafts and Farmers Markets

* Beautiful Sandy Beaches








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